OPEN SHOWS AND PARADES
An Open Show is an exhibition of registered dogs at which no Best of Breed or Challenge points are awarded. Dogs which have been awarded the title of Australian Champion may compete in their own class. At these shows trainee judges officiate and it is considered the training ground for all young dogs and owners.
A Parade is defined as the same as an Open show except dogs awarded the title of Champion cannot compete.
The very first GRCV Open Parade was held in April 1968. The winner was Pebbleridge Kennels’ Taumac Tawny Gold and Best Opposite was W Rowland’s Rowanda Gold Argonaut.
The club has continued to hold an Open Show or an Open Parade every year since then and the Open Show or Parade is an important fixture in the club’s calendar.
|2016 GRCV Open Show Results and Photos|
|2015 GRCV Open Show Results and Photos|
|2014 GRCV Open Show Results and Photos|
|2013 GRCV Open Show Results and Photos||2012 GRCV Open Show Results and Photos|
|2011 GRCV Open Show Results and Photos||2010 GRCV Open Show Results and Photos|
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